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Rocklin Crime Report Digest (11-13-2013)


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The Rocklin Police Department weekly crime report digest for November 5 - 10, 2013.

  •  855      Total Incidents
  • 311      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 544      Calls For Service
  • 27        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 16, Felony 11)
  • 89        Cases Written
  • 78        Traffic Stops
  • 10        Citations
  • 3          Dui Arrests                  
  • 2          Accidents
  • 1          Accident - Criminal
  • 9          Fi's 

Rocklin Crime Highlights 

PETTY THEFT - 1000 block Sunset Blvd.
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim's catalytic converter from underneath her vehicle while she was at work. The theft occurred sometime 11-05-2013 between 1230 and 1730 hours.

PETTY THEFT- VEHICLE     5700 Block Morningside Court
Unknown suspect rummaged through three unlocked vehicles parked in front of the residence and removed miscellaneous items.  Occurred overnight between 11-7-13 at 2000 hours and 11-8-13 at 0655 hours.

BURGLARY - VEHICLE  1200 Block Sammy Way
Unknown suspect smashed the rear window of the victim's car and removed a tool box.  Occurred between 2300 hours on 11-7-13 and 0730 hours on 11-8-13.

BURGLARY - VEHICLE  4100 Block Cedar Street
Unknown suspect broke out the driver' side rear window of the victim's vehicle and removed a toolbox.  Occurred between 1900 hours on 11-7-13 and 0930 hours on 11-8-13.

BURGLARY -VEHICLE  5600 Block Montclair Circle
Unknown suspect gained entry to victim's locked vehicle by unknown means and removed victim's wallet.  Occurred between 2100 hours on 11-7-13 and 0800 hours on 11-8-13

ARSON - 4800 Block of Granite Dr.
On 11/5/13 at 2225 hours, unknown subjects were camping behind the businesses in the 4800 block of Granite Dr. and had a campfire. The fire got out of hand and they fled the scene. RFD extinguished and found a transient camp at the origin of the fire. The camp was cleared out the following day by Rocklin PD and Code Enforcement. 

CASES OF INTEREST:

ROBBERY- STRONG ARM  - 5515 Pacific Street  Post Office
At approximately 2300 hours on 11-9-13, the victim exited the Post Office lobby while texting on his cellphone.  He was struck about the head by two unknown males demanding his cellphone and wallet. The victim fell to the ground and the suspects were ultimately fled with the cellphone. Possible suspect descriptions include a white male adult in his late 20's to early 30's approximately 6'1 wearing a dark winter jacket. The second suspect is described as a black male also in his late 20's to early 30's approximately 5'10 with a large build.  Both suspects are outstanding at this time. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Rocklin Police Department Investigations Division at (916) 625-5443.

POSSESSION OF A STOLEN VEHICLE - Sunset Blvd. and Stanford Ranch Rd.
On 11/04/2013, Rocklin officers were advised by Roseville PD of an investigation involving an embezzled vehicle.  Richard Sitnik, had fraudulently rented a car in Roseville and had not returned it for over 18 months. On 11/08/2013 at 0405 hours, officers located the stolen/embezzled vehicle in the area of Sunset and Stanford Ranch.  A high risk stop was completed and Richard Sitnik was taken into custody without incident.  He was booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested: Richard Sitnik (DOB 05-19-1974) from Rocklin 

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE/NON-INJURY COLLISION - Park Dr. and Springfield
On 11/6/13 at 1844 hours, officers responded to the area of Park Dr. and Sunset Blvd. on a report of a possible DUI driver. The vehicle was located on Park Dr. near Springfield and was pulled it over. As the officer was walking up to the truck, the driver, PRADA, MAURICIO ANTONIO put the truck into reverse and slowly backed into the push bumper of the patrol car. The driver was extremely impaired and had no idea what city he was in. Prada was arrested for driving under the influence of prescription medication. There was minor damage to the push bumper of the patrol car. Prada was booked for DUI. Arrested: Mauricio Prada (DOB 09-11-1969) from Roseville 

POSSESSION OF STOLEN HANDGUN
On 11/10/13 at 0011 hours, officers were asked to check on a subject driving a BMW who appeared to be sick in the caller's front yard.  A short time later a vehicle matching the description was stopped a loaded handgun reported stolen out of Sacramento was located inside the car.  Both occupants were arrested and booked into jail:  Sydquan T. Thompson (DOB 2-7-87), Sacramento: Possess Stolen handgun (no picture available), and Janese Quinn (DOB 7-20-85), of Sacramento: Outstanding warrants (no picture available)

MULTIPLE AUTO BURGLARIES - Blue Oaks Town Center and Staybridge Suites
During the evening of 11-9-13, officers took several burglary reports involving the smashing of car windows in the parking lot of both the Blue Oaks Town Center and Staybridge Suites.  One of the victims learned her credit card was used within minutes of the reported burglary at a local fast food restaurant.  A suspect vehicle was identified along with the probable occupants.  Through great team work involving both day and night shifts, it was learned the suspects planned on returning to the Rocklin area on 11-10-13.  At approximately 2100 hours, the suspect vehicle sped by an officer on Sunset Blvd.  Four suspects were detained and ultimately booked for Auto Burglary, Possession of stolen property, Conspiracy and Unauthorized Use of Personal ID.  Arrested Adults: Tavion Spignor (DOB 8-3-94), Leroy Jackson (DOB 12-15-87), and Malek Morgan (DOB 4-12-93)






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